I am no longer a part of Jubilee Party, Rift Valley MP says
12 October 2016, 18:47
Nairobi - I am not a part of the Jubilee Party, an MP has said.
Moitalel Kenta the Narok MP has told the registrar of political parties that he does not seek to join the Jubilee Party which he had been prescribed to join.
He says that he is looking to run as an independent in the 2017 General Elections.
Kenta is among a number of leaders that have chosen to forsake the Jubilee Party and move elsewhere.
" I will run as an independent. I will not join Jubilee. I have no plans to," he stated.
Kenta is among 106 elected leaders that have chosen to not join the newly formed Party.
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